Throughout the 20s, we’re inclined to watching sitcoms like How I Met Your Mother, Two and A Half Men, F.R.I.E.N.D.S., Suits, House MD etc. And why wouldn’t we? The youthfulness and spontaneous humour infused into clear depictions of real-life situations in these TV shows captivate us, inspire us and keep us fresh and alive. So much are we in love with them that we can relate and even think like our characters do when faced with a similar situation.
Wouldn’t it be a great idea if we reminisced the life lessons our most loved TV characters shared with us that either irked us, tickled our nerves and more importantly helped us understand life and love better!
Gregory House MD
The consultant physician who has mastered the art of cynicism and sarcasm has to be the first one on our list. What is House MD if it’s not with his unsinkable quest to get to the bottom of things? You can honestly say that you don’t like House’s ways of diagnosing an illness and his demeanour with the team of physicians but you have to agree that his sinister words have bountiful of truth layered beneath them. Between his cynical expressions and mirthful mockery, Dr House intrigued us uncomplicated realism for which he holds a special place in our hearts.
Those mirthful moments when he explains why “Everybody lies” and our hearts sink bit by bit.
When he tells you why if you want to see the change, you have to be it.
When it comes to disassociating logic from people, Gregory House’s thoughts are on point.
When He Reasoned Why It’s Wasted To Be So Judgemental About People
When he gave us the most plausible definition of a perfectionist’s mindset.